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Al Snow movelist 
for WWF Wrestlemania 2000
by Gruel
Version 1.0
Latest Update: December 2, 1999

FAQ Contents:

I. Intro

II. Mini-Al Snow Bio and Tidbits

III. Other US wrestling games that Al Snow appeared in

IV. The Moves

V. Credits/Copywright Info


I. Intro

	Hey, It's me Gruel. I'm here this time to deliver the movelist for 
Al Snow this time. Hope you enjoy the list and find it very useful.


II. Mini-Al Snow Bio & Tidbits

	Real Name: 
	Former identities, names, nicknames: Avatar(WWF, 1995),
	Shinobi(WWF, 1996), Leif Cassidy(WWF, 1996-1997), Al Snow(ECW, 
	1997-1998, WWF, 1998-Current)
	Former Ring Escorts: Head(ECW, 1997-1998, WWF, 
	1998-Current), Pepper(WWF, 1999), Pierre(WWF, 1999) 
	Major Titles Held: WWF Hardcore Title(3), WWF Tag Team Title
	with Mankind

		Brought into the WWF in 1995, where he made a few televised
	appearences as the masked, Avatar, who was portrayed of a person
	who came to save the WWF. 

		Came back later on in early 1996 where he wrestled as a 
	ninja dubbed, Shinobi, where he lost to Shawn Michaels on an
	episode of WWF Superstars, then lost to Ahmed Johnson the next
	day on RAW, and we never saw him again.

		Ironically, the same night Shinobi debuted, we also saw
	the debut of Leif Cassidy. The tag titles we're stripped of the
	Smoking Gunns(Billy Gunn & Bart Gunn), in February 1996 due to
	Billy Gunn getting a neck injury. A tag team tournament was then
	taking place on Superstars to crown new champs. Marty Jannetty
	was going around saying he found a new partner, and out came,
	Leif Cassidy, who portrayed a dorky 70's goofball. They lost that
	night in the tournament to the Godwinns. They teamed on for the 
	rest of the year, and Marty dissappeared from the WWF around 
	December 1996. Snow still hanged around as Leif Cassidy until
	Summer '97 where after he lost a match he yelled at JR, and 
	the WWF loaned Cassidy over to ECW. 

		There he developed the character of Al Snow, where he
	claimed he solved the problems of his life after finding
	a manequin "Head" and Snow started to write "Help Me" on his
	forehead. Snow's tenure in ECW went pretty good and went back
	to the WWF after finishing his last match on an ECW PPV in 
	April 1998.

		Snow debuted the night after that ECW PPV, where Michael
	Cole was giving a backstage update, and you heard a banging on
	the behind garage door, it opened up and out appeared Al Snow
	with Head. 

		Over the next few weeks in April and May, Snow went into
	a feud with Jerry "The King" Lawler, because Lawler didn't give
	Snow his meeting with Vince McMahon to see if he can get back in
	the WWF, and argued with WWF officials, and kept on getting kicked
	out of WWF events, until he got a tag team match where his partner
	was Head faced the duo known as Too Much(now known as Too Cool)
	which had Jerry Lawler's son, "Too Sexy" Brian Christopher and
	"Too Hot" Scott Taylor(now they are known as Scotty Too Hotty and
	Grandmaster Sexy). Anyways to make matter worse, Jerry Lawler was
	the guest referee. In the match while Snow was buisy with Taylor, 
	Lawler a put a bottle of Head and Shoulders shampoo attached 
	Head, and Christopher covered Head "shoulders down" and Lawler 
	counted the three for the win. According to the stipulation,
	if Snow lost, he would have to leave the WWF.

		But Snow kept on interfering in matches, and got another
	retirement match on a September episode of RAW against then
	Commissioner, Sgt. Slaughter. He beat him and got a contract
	into the WWF. 

		Snow started to team with Scorpio in the WWF and they 
	defeated Too Much at the September 1998 PPV, In Your House:

		Around October he formed the Job Squad with Scorpio,
	and Bob Holly with the Blue Meanie and Duane Gill joining
	later on. 

		In November at the Survivor Series, Snow was part of the
	one-night 14 man tournament for the World Belt. In the first round
	Snow defeated Goldust, but ended up losing to Mankind in the 

		Snow was starting to compete in the new, WWF Hardcore 
	division, where he dubbed himself, the "Crowned Prince of 
	Hardcore." He lost to the Road Dogg in a Hardcore Title
	match in December, later on Road Dogg was suppose to face
	Al Snow in a rematch for the Hardcore title at the February
	1999 PPV, In Your House: St. Valentine's Day Massacre, but
	Road Dogg got injured just day earlier, and was stripped of
	the title. A couple days later on RAW, Snow went on a rampage
	and was beating himself up in the ring, fellow Job Squad member,
	Bob Holly came up to help Snow, but they instead started beating
	each other up. They faced each other at Massacre where the winner
	gets the vacant Hardcore Title, the fought all the way into the 
	Mississippi River, and Holly ended up pinning Snow on the 
	Riverbank after Holly trapped Snow in fencing. Bob Holly was then
	dubbed Hardcore Holly. 

		Snow got another hardcore title shot in his first ever
	Wrestlemania, in a triple threat Hardcore Title match against
	Hardcore Holly and new champ, Billy Gunn. Snow got his signature
	Snowplow finisher on Gunn and went for the pin, but Holly whacked
	Snow with a chair and pinned Gunn to regain his championship.

		Snow finally won the Hardcore title from Holly in the
	April PPV, In You House: Backlash and held it for the longest
	Hardcore title reign so far today, which was 3 months. He lost
	the title to the Big Boss Man at the Fully Loaded PPV in July,
	but regained it at a month later at Summerslam. He lost it 2
	days later back to Big Boss Man. He won the belt back a month
	later for his 3rd reign and lost it back to the Boss Man in
	October, a month later. He won the tag titles from from Hardcore
	Holly & Crash Holly in early November, but lost them 6 days later
	on RAW to the New Age Outlaws. Hopefully the future holds more
	title reigns for Snow, and he may one day win the WWF world belt.


III. Other US wrestling games that Al Snow appeared in

WWF Games
WWF Attitude(N64, PSX, Dreamcast, GB Color)
WWF Wrestlemania 2000(N64)

Now we can finally get on to the moves!


IV. The Moves

ï Standing
	slap - B (Tap)
	chop - D-Pad + B (Tap)
	front kick (Short) - B (Tap)
	front kick (Long) - D-Pad + B (Tap)
	dropkick to knee - B (Hold)
	Bossman uppercut - D-Pad + B (Hold)
	shuffle sidekick - A + B

ï Front Grapple
(Weak)    Double axe Handle - A
          Knee Lift - A + Left/Right
          Overhand Punch - A + Up
          Scoop Slam - A + Down
          Headlock Takedown - B
          Arm Wrench & Elbow Smash - B + Left/Right
          Suplex - B + Up
          Piledriver - B + Down
(Strong)  Headlock with punch - A
          Shoulder thrusts - A + Left/Right
          Back Body flip - A + Up
          Backslide pin - A + Down
          Manhattan Drop - B
          Snow Trapping headbutts - B + Left/Right
          Stall Suplex - B + Up
          Snap Powerbomb - B + Down
(Special) Snowplow - Analogue Stick (Tap)

ï Rear Grapple
(Weak)     Back drop - A
           Atomic drop - B
(Strong)   School Boy Rollup - A
           Release German Suplex - B
(Special)  German Suplex Pin - Analogue Stick (Tap)

ï Opponent On Mat
(Face Up)  Mounted position punching - A (Near Head)
           Knee Smash - A (Near Feet)
           Stomp - B
(Face Down)Mahistrol Cradle - A (Near Head)
           Single Crab - A (Near Feet)
           Elbow Drop - B
(Sitting)  Sleeper Hold - A
           Hammer Blow - B
(Kneeling) Camel Clutch - A
           Hammer Blow - B

ï Opponent In Turnbuckle
Chop - B
Front Kick - D-Pad + B
Running Clothesline - D-Pad + C Down + B
Jumping Back Elbow Attack - D-Pad + C Down + A + B
(Front, Weak)  Shoulder Thrusts - A
               Eye Rakes on Ropes - B
(Front, Strong) Superplex - A
                Frankensteiner - B
(Back, Weak)    Forearm Smash - A/B
(Back, Strong)  Super Back Drop - A/B

ï After Irish Whip On Opponent
Back Elbow - B
(Weak)    Shoulder Back Toss - A
          Monkey Toss - D-Pad + A
(Strong)  Tilt-a-Whirl Backbreaker - A
          Powerslam - D-Pad + A
(Special) Special Irish Grapple - Analogue Stick (Tap)

ï Running At Opponent
Running Shoulderblock - C Down + B
Body Attack - C Down + A + B
Running Clothesline - C Down + D-Pad + B
Running Elbow Attack - C Down + A + B + D-Pad

ï On Turnbuckle (High Risk Manoeuvres)
(Standing) Flying Body Press - A/B
           Flying Body Press - A/B (Special)
(On Mat)   Guillotine Leg Drop - A/B

ï Defensive Pose Strike (hold R as you rise from the mat)
Mini Spinning Heel Kick - R (hold), B
Evasive Roll - R (hold), L


V. Credits/Copywright Info

THQ/Jakks/AKI/Asmik - For making another helluva game!

This movelist copywright by "Gruel" Dale Kulas, 1999
Not one soul shall use this movelist unless with written permission
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